Occasionally, anxiety can be healthy. It is a motivator to help you address a stressful situation instead of running from it. Too much anxiety, however, can paralyze you emotionally and negatively impact almost every area of your life. It is essential to recognize the signs of anxiety if the occasional worry turns into
Drug and alcohol addiction and mental health disorders create complex relationships within every family unit. It is very common for individuals to find themselves without the support and guidance they need. In some cases, they may feel like they should not seek therapy because of the complexities in these relationships. Our family therapy program at GIA Miami provides the tools and resources you need to move beyond these struggles.
Addiction and Your Physical Health
In recent days with the spread of the Covid-19 becoming more prevalent, many people wonder how it affects people struggling with addiction. If you or someone you care about is addicted, the likelihood of more severe symptoms increase. At GIA, we are particularly interested in ensuring that each of our patients has the tools they need to achieve long-term sobriety.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults in America seek medical care. In addition to disrupting an individual’s happiness and emotional well-being, chronic pain makes it difficult to fulfill family and social responsibilities. Additionally, it can lead to adverse psychological problems, including depression and anxiety, and addiction.